Kayano, 2009: Determination of the onset dates of the rainy season in central Amazon with equatorially
antisymmetric outgoing longwave radiation.
Transverse sections perpendicular to the axis of symmetry were usually done "equatorially
," approximately halfway between base and apex, but sometimes additional cuts closer to the base or apex were made to intercept the germination openings and/or opercula or valves and to understand the positioning of lacunae.
mounted Newtonians really need tube rotation, too, so that has to be added to the design.
Bear, "Dirhodium complexes with axially and equatorially
nonequivalent rhodium atoms.
(2011), wherein two measurements were performed in opposite equatorially
areas of each fruit to measure the luminosity and tone of the skin.
We demonstrated that CPC activity (in the form of Aurora kinase function) is required for cytokinesis, and provided the first evidence that CPC and centralspindlin components both accumulate on equatorially
aimed and overlapping astral microtubules.
The samples were equatorially
scanned within a 2[theta] range (=20[degrees]-80[degrees]) at an increment of 0.1[degrees].
Cbl has the most complex structure of all known organic cofactors and its core structure includes a corrin ring in which the central cobalt atom is equatorially
tethered to four nitrogen atoms.
The fruit samples were washed repeatedly with distilled water (d[H.sub.2]O) and then cut equatorially
. Sugar and acid extraction was done following the method of HAN (1986).
Description: Pollen grain, monosaccate, bilaterally symmetrical, overall amb oval or oblong oval, corpus circular in polar view or sub circular or rhomboidal, the proximal face associated with a sharp, slightly curved (angular) monolete mark with thin labra, exine of corpus laevigate to infra punctate, on the distal side the attachment zone of the saccus is indicated by two folds which are faintly discernable in the figured specimen due to poor preservation, exoexine of saccus intrareticulate up to 2 m thick, muri 1.5-2 m wide, lacuni 3 x 5 m wide, saccus distally inclined, surrounding the central body equatorially
, the lateral continuation of the saccus is usually broad, marginal limbus poorly developed.
The appearance of H-1 at [delta] 6.75 as doublet with small coupling constant (J = 3.6 Hz) indicated that it is equatorially
--Parawrightia is found in northern and southern tropical waters of the western Atlantic and sub equatorially
in the eastern Indian Ocean, at depths of 0-12 m (Kelmo & Santa-Isabel, 1998; Grohmann et al., 2003), and salinity of 36.5 (Calder, 1993);